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- Donald M Kendall Sculpture Gardens at PepsiCo - : One of the most beautiful examples of corporate largesse is the Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Garden at PepsiCo world headquarters. The perfectly manicured property of more than 160 acres is home not only to PepsiCo offices, but more than 40 sculptures and gardens that change with the seasons. Maps for a free self-guided tour may be picked up at the information center. A pathway leads a circular route past all the pieces, although shortcuts may be taken. There are large some gargantuan pieces in open spaces, and smaller works in neat little gardens near the building.  Providing a backdrop for the sculpture, but no less beautiful, are the gardens, beautiful in any season. . The garden is open daily, dawn to dusk; admission is free.

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One of the most beautiful examples of corporate largesse is the Donald ...

Updated: Apr 08, 2009 3:59pm PST

Walters Art Museum  Baltimore :

Walters Art Museum Baltimore

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Updated: Jun 08, 2007 2:48pm PST

Cyrus Dallin Sculpture Museum, Arlington : Lethe, Native American sculpture

Cyrus Dallin Sculpture Museum, Arlington

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Lethe, Native American sculpture

Updated: May 27, 2007 7:25pm PST

Carthage Museum : Byrsa Hill was the spiritual heart of ancient Carthage in Punic times, even the Romans built their Capitol and Forum there. Much later the impressive Cathedral of St Louis was built atop it. Alongside the stunnign Cathedral is the Museum. The Museum holds a fine colleciton of Punic and Roman displays. The museum grounds also holds the Byra Quarter, a small seciton of the Punic capital that was buried (pretty much intact) during the Roman levelling operations.

Carthage Museum

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Byrsa Hill was the spiritual heart of ancient Carthage in Punic times, ...

Updated: Oct 21, 2006 5:48pm PST

El Jem Museum : The Museum at El Jem is a must see. The fantasic collection of mosaics were found in the luxurious villas behind the museum. The museum itself is fairly new and thus is light and airy allowing excellent viewing of the beautiful mosaics. This museum was a far more pleasant experience than the dark and over crowded Bardo in Tunis.

El Jem Museum

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The Museum at El Jem is a must see. The fantasic collection of mosaics ...

Updated: Jun 17, 2006 4:49am PST

Tunis - Bardo Museum : The Bardo, located in the suburbs of Tunis, is in itself, an architectural landmark. Originally a 13th century Hafside palace, it has been restored and expanded throughout the centuries to become this superb example of Arab-Moslem
17th and 18th century architecture and decoration with its vaulted ceilings, galleries and cupolas.

Tunis - Bardo Museum

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The Bardo, located in the suburbs of Tunis, is in itself, an architect ...

Updated: Oct 16, 2005 5:52pm PST

Sabratha Museum : These images are from the Roman Museum on the site. The museum has 3 wings ans is certainly worth a visit. Of course there is a camera fee as well as the enterance fee.

Sabratha Museum

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These images are from the Roman Museum on the site. The museum has 3 w ...

Updated: Sep 22, 2005 6:05pm PST

Ptolemais Museum :

Ptolemais Museum

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Updated: Sep 22, 2005 5:59pm PST

Tripoli Museum :

Tripoli Museum

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Updated: Sep 22, 2005 4:51pm PST

Cyrene Museum :

Cyrene Museum

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Updated: Sep 22, 2005 4:46pm PST